Annotated bibliography for the Italian Wars.
Hungarian and Turkish army lists for Maximilian – Dan O’Hara
Renaissance Wargames Home Page – David Heading
Includes a whole bunch of stuff including some Portuguese History, some Wargaming campaigns and scenarios, some reviews of Wargaming Rules, and issues with DBR lists.
Early Modern Warfare Society (Curt Johnson) including:
- EMW: Lanza Gineta: Spanish Light Cavalry of the Early Italian Wars.
- EMW: The French Army of the Early Italian Wars.
- EMW: Extra-Heavy Cavalry (Hombres de Armas) and Infantry of Gonzalo’s Italian Armies.
Various works on/by Machiavelli
Machiavelli the game
Avalon Hill have an Italian Wars variant of Diplomacy called “Machiavelli”.
The MACHiavelli Boardgame Site
Has full colour map variants.
Has a black and white map variant.
Benedetti, A. (1967). Diaria de bello Carolino: Diary of the Caroline War (D. M. Schullian, Trans.). New York: Frederick Ungar. (Original work published 1496).
Barker, P. (1995). D.B.R. Army Lists Book 1. Wargames Research Group. Devizes.
Gush, G. (1975). Renaissance Armies 1480-1650. Patrick Stephens.
Jones, M. N. (1994). “All is lost save honour”: The battle of Pavia, 24 February 1525. Wargames Illustrated, 81, pp. 21-24.
Konstam, A. (1996). Pavia 1525: The Climax of the Italian Wars. Osprey [Campaign Series 44]. g
Oman, C. (1987). A History of the Art of War in the Sixteenth Century. London: Greenhill Books. Originally published 1937.
Phipps, J. (1994). The battle of Pavia: The Story of a demonstration game. Wargames Illustrated, 80, pp. 38-40.
Stevenson, P. (1991). The battle of Ravenna 11th April 1512. Wargames Illustrated, 46, pp. 11-14.
Taylor, F. (1993). The art of war in Italy 1494-1529 (originally published 1921). Essex, UK: Partizan Press.
Similar in style of Oman (1987), but lacks the depth .